[AfrICANN-discuss] Contractual Compliance at ICANN
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Sun Nov 1 17:39:24 SAST 2009
*Contacting ICANN Regarding Compliance Matters*
ICANN has a limited technical and policy coordination role. Before
submitting a question or complaint here, please review the Frequently Asked
Questions <http://www.icann.org/en/compliance/faq.html> section or click on
one of the links below for more information:
- Before You Register a Domain
- Registering a Domain
- Managing Your Domain Name
- Complaint and Dispute
The newest contratual compliance newsletter is out at:
On the same page and just as a reminder, you will find:
ICANN’s compliance work as described above is focused on enforcement of the
contractual terms of its agreements. Each of these agreements is publicly
available on the ICANN website.
- Click here <http://www.icann.org/cctlds/agreements.html> to view
current ccTLD Agreements
- Click here <http://www.icann.org/registries/agreements.htm> to view
current gTLD Registry Agreements
- Click here
<http://www.icann.org/registrars/ra-agreement-17may01.htm>to view the
Registrar Accreditation Agreement
- Click here <http://www.icann.org/general/consensus-policies.htm> for a
list of consensus policies applicable to gTLD registries and registrars.
These policies are incorporated into ICANN’s agreements with gTLD registries
If you believe that an accredited registrar is in violation of its
agreement with ICANN, please submit an email to registrar at icann.org with as
many details as you have available regarding the specific areas of the
accreditation agreement that you believe the registrar is in violation of.
If you believe that a gTLD registry operator or sponsor, or a ccTLD registry
is in violation of its agreement with ICANN, please submit an email to
registry at icann.org with as many details as you have available regarding the
specific areas of the accreditation agreement that you believe has been
The flowchart <http://www.icann.org/en/compliance/compliance-flowchart.htm>outlines
the process these complaints will follow.
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